By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: A poor senior citizens is struggling to get justice. The land in question Survey Number 7.3 of uattarhalli villagewas also converted by DC in ALN SR(5) 514 /88-89 dated 7-03-89 well before BDA preliminary notification and high court barred demolition of these Layouts in Uttarhalli . The land owners in Survey Number 7.3 of uattarhalli villagehave got relief from lower courts in OD No 405/2008 and OS 406/2008 and OS No 572/2006 and OS No 178/2008 .The same relief is expected from Police station to G Pandurangans wife and senior citizen .Humble Request is made to Bangalore Police to act oncomplaint of G Pandurangan senior citizen to stop the tress pass and file an FIR against Mr Gopi s/o Nagappa and his henchman and agents under section 448468 420 504 506 and Read with other relevant sections of IPC for tress pass criminal intimidation and fabricating documents . Police need to protect G Pandurangan senior citizen under The Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007 (Act No. 56 of 2007) Cognizance of offences: (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, (2 of 1974) every offence under this Act shall be cognizable and boilable. .The G Pandurangans wife and senior citizen purchased the property site number 91 measuring 30x40 feet in 1990 under registered sale deed and paying corporation taxes and is in possession since than for more than 16 years and onwards and he/shehas established his possession clearly and as Mr Gopi s/o Nagappa purchased the property in 2006 and he claims the possession property is absolutely and logically false and fake and he is rank tress passer. Oral and documentary evidence available on record has come to a clear and categorical conclusion that the Mr Gopi s/o Nagappa has no right in the t property and resultantly, He should search his property in Survey No.7/2 and not in No.7/3 of Uttarhalli Village.
Property Identification Number (PID):A PID is a property identification number and contains important information on properties, ward number, street name and number, plot number and details and more. The PID number is applicable to all properties that are in the purview of the BBMP, whether or not they are assessed for property tax. A property owner can apply for a PID by submitting the Khata document, the address proof and survey number of the property. BBMP to announce that BBMP has developed a GIS based Property Tax System covering whole BBMP jurisdictional area, as part of this System BBMP has provided a unique Property Identification Number (PID) to each & every Property in Bangalore. The PID Number is a combination of Ward number- Street Number-Plot number. A unique street number has been assigned to each and every Street and within the street a property number has been assigned. The G Pandurangans wife and senior citizen has Survey number as 7.3 New PID number: 184-w0292-36-1 andMr Gopi s/o NagappaPID number is different .This officially proves the G Pandurangans wife and senior citizenhas established his possession clearly and this is clinching evidence .Mr Gopi s/o Nagappa claims that his site is converted by DC and one of the conditions in alleged conversion order is it should be approved by BDA. BDA has not approved the Layout Plan allegedly had by Mr Gopi s/o Nagappa.Without approval of BDA the site does not exists and their alleged layout plan submitted is not approved by BDA .It is submitted that it is fake plan .Policecannot believe such plan.The G Pandurangans wife and senior citizen sale deed has this schedule for site number 91.Eastby site number 92 west by site number 90Northby site number 95 and 96South by Roadin Survaey number 7.3 of uattarhalli village.New PID number: 184-w0292-36-1.The Mr Gopi s/o Nagappasale deed has this schedule for site number 43 .Eastby site number 44 west by site number 42Northby site number 35 and 36South by Roadin Survey number 7.2 of uattarhalli village.PID Number 901 525 7.2 43 .
As sale deed boundaries will prevail and both are absolute owners of the properties at different places as per the registered sale deeds with different sale deeds and different vendors and purchased at different times one by plaintiff is in 199030x40 feet site and defendantis in 200630x40 feet siteand as a matter of fact in Survey No.7/2 and No.7/3 of Uttarhalli Village, Bangalore south Taluk are both different places and the defendantwho is purchaser at a later date on 2006 could not finding his site at original place as per his schedule boundaries trespasses into aplaintiff property who is in possession since 1990 .Wherefore defendant is a tress passer in site number 91 . Two different sale deeds and two different schedules cannot be at one place and defendantis surly a tress passer. The plaintiff has purchased under registered sale deed in 1990 and is in possession of the property under his schedule and sale deed boundaries will prevail and defendant who purchased the property in 2006 cannot claim any possession on the property held by plaintiff after 16 years of his possession since 1990 .The word 'SALE DEED' otherwise called as 'Conveyance Deed' is a legal written document executed by the vendor and the purchaser which evidences the sale and transfer of ownership of the tangible immovable property. A sale deed is governed by 'The Registration Act, 1908' and is an important document for both the buyer or the transferee and the seller or the transferor. A sale deed is executed after the execution of the agreement to sell, and after compliance of various terms and conditions between the seller and the purchaser mutually. A sale deed is the main document which gives details of how the seller got the property, at what consideration the seller is selling the property and assurance to the purchaser that the property is free from any encumbrances, liabilities or indemnity clauses. A sale deed acts as a essential document for the further sale of the property by the purchaser as it establishes the proof of ownership of property.A sale deed is one of the most valuable legal documents in a purchase or sale of a property.